My loved one has dementia
As a friend or family member of someone living with dementia, you support your loved one in various daily activities. These range from personal care to managing their medical appointments. Learning about dementia progression and resources available ensures that both you and your loved one get the support needed. Remember that you are not alone.
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Is it Dementia?
Noticing some changes in your loved one and concerned about dementia? Is dementia a normal part of aging? Read on to learn about the signs, symptoms, and stages of dementia.
Encourage your loved one to get diagnosed for dementia. Learn more about the diagnosis process, why it is important and the overall benefits of getting an early diagnosis.
Preparing for Dementia
What can you and your family do if your loved one has been newly diagnosed with dementia? Prepare yourselves for the journey ahead with the knowledge and tools to help your loved one live well with dementia.
Supporting Daily Activities
Caring for family members living with dementia? Read on for tips and strategies to empower and support your loved one in their activities of daily living.
Stages and Behaviours
Understand some of the behaviours and psychological symptoms of dementia to better help you spot the signs, identify the triggers, and devise novel ways to manage these changes in your loved one.
Programmes and Services
You are not alone – there is a community out there ready and willing to support you. Learn more about the available programmes, services and ground-up initiatives aimed at helping you weather your caregiving journey.